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DMM Shadow Kwiklock Titanium/Red A303

DMM Shadow Kwiklock Titanium/Red A303

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The Shadow strikes an ideal balance between low weight and useability. Weighing just 50 grams thanks to I-Beam construction, you can carry several Shadows before the weight starts to tell. Despite low weight, it is big enough to use in winter with gloves on. A locking carabiner for all situations.

Kwiklock - Auto-locking gate requiring two separate actions to open. Kwiklock gates are suitable when auto-locking gates are a necessity, but rigging systems are relatively static and anchor points are easy to monitor.

DMM Shadow Kwiklock Carabiner Titanium/Red A303

Product Name Shadow Kwiklock
Product Code A303
Colour Titanium/Red
MBS (Major Axis) 24kN
MBS (Minor Axis) 7kN
MBS (Gate Open) 9kN
Dimensions 62 x 102mm
Weight 57g
Gate Opening (X) 17mm
Conformance EN 362:2004 B, EN 12275:2013 B

Personal Locking Carabiner for versatility and low weight

Personal lockers are used where weight and size are as important as strength, such as on sling runners and for most connection points on belay stances. In a standard 2 person climbing team, most of your locking carabiners will be personal lockers.

Offset D carabiner for optimal loading and ergonomics

D-Shaped carabiners encourage loading in their strongest orientation by forcing loads toward the carabiner spine. An Offset D refines this basic design by extending the top bar, increasing internal volume. This improves handling and compatibility with thick ropes and slings.

Keylock nose eliminates snagging

This carabiner's nose slots into a groove in the gate, allowing it to achieve full strength without a gate notch. This creates a clean internal profile that won't catch on gear, bolts or slings, giving easier clipping and removal from systems.

I-Beam construction for optimum strength to weight ratio

I-Beam construction techniques allow carabiners to be lighter without compromising strength. This is achieved through hot forging, a process which allows metal to be made into complex shapes that improve functionality.




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